Country that you can feel seasonal changes and can live in emotionally fulfilling way
 Japan is located in the furthest East in Asia. Ogaki city where our head office is located is right in the middle of Japanese islands and the place is second largest city in Gifu pref. and it has been taking great importance as cross point for transportation in Eastern and Western Japan as well as economic and cultural intersect. Underneath the city has one of the most abundunt subterranean steam area in Japan. Thus there are a lot of spring waters and the city is called “the city of water”. The place has full of clean water and nature, so you can live a gentle and emotionally fulfilling life with seasonal changes.
 Our company has started off from this place and expanding into many places not only in Japan but also in Asian countries such as Vietnam, Myanmar, Korea and Singapore to carry out our unique and creative business activities that can contribute to the world.
Peony Garden,
the historic site of Akasaka Tea-house Mansion
In the Spring, the Pioney garden greets you with around 800 trees of peony flowers and during the peony season, there are many visitors coming to see the flowers. In the garden, there are various trees and flowers other than peonies too, so you can enjoy the seasonal beauty.
The peonies in our garden was planted and grown by Mr. Ryukichi Yabashi in the garden of Akasaka Tea Mansion in Meiji, Taisho and Showa period. He loved the nature and grew the peonies and other plants with great love and care using traditional organic method. It is not only peony flowers that becomes full bloom in Spring but also other trees and flowers such as Golden Oak and Green Sakura too. You can enjoy the beautiful nature in different seasons, for example, the fresh green in late Spring, Autumn leaves and Winter peonies etc, so the gate is opened all year around.
Please feel free to visit any time and enjoy the seasons.

No. of peonies / Aprox. 800 plants No. of varieties/Aprox. 90 kinds Area / 10,573㎡
Season / April 〜 May (Winter peony December 〜 January)
※Time of the bloom is a rough estimate. It may change depending on the weather.
History behind the place
In 1600 A.D., Ieyasu Tokugawa who successfully won the battle of Sekigahara which decided the ruler of the country, opened up his government (called Bakufu) in Edo (Tokyo) and Tokugawa's reign lasted for over 260years. Back then, the Shogun built resting places every 4km along Nakasendo (one of the main road at the time) specially for him when he travels between Edo and Kyoto. One of those was this Tea house Mansion.
Tea house Mansion in Akasaka was built in 1604 when Ieyasu ordered local lords in the country of Mino. The building was originally built by Nobunaga Oda as a part of Gifu castle and Ieyasu transferred the building to Akasaka. The mansion consisted of 61 buildings in total. The Mansion had around 3.5Ha in area and the landscape was rectangular shape designed similar to the one of castles with watch posts in each corner, having official front entrance gate as well as moats surrounding the area. It was fully equipped grand mansion, however it was abolished after mid 17th century. In terms of modern transport history, the place is one of the rare, early day's Shogun's lodging. Thus it is specified as historic site. At the time of Meiji restoration, the government sold it off to Yabashi family and they have been keeping the place as historic site as well as peony garden.